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the way to san jose and walk on by. >> several students davis and san francisco state university are spending their spring break making a difference. today students made energy efficient upgrades to the heritage home shelter in san jose. its part a week long environmental project to educate elementary school students and improve four buildings. >> we want to make some kind of environmental impact and help the homeless here, like the heritage homeless shelter save money and energy. >> the group also plans to make energy upgrades at the wildlife center of silicon valley, martha's kitchen and arbuckle. >>> spot ify could scene compete with amazon and netflix. it's no discussions to create a streaming video service. it's not clear if it would stream movies. >> another major investor has joined the fight to keep the kings in sack a's the mayor said that paul jacobs has put up money for a new arena. >> let's check in with bill martin. we are talking about some rain but nothing to write home about. >> not what we need. we need real rain and
. it started as san jose and later became the compact center until hewlett packard agreed to call it. pavilion. >> i call it the tank. i always call it the tank. . >> the contract is for a few more years. if sap wants to step up, that's good for us. >> reporter: you haven't heard anything official yet right? >> all we have is talk. >> reporter: naming rights has been an important element in santa clara. many have expressed best. >> if lure looking for stadium -- if you're looking for stadium rights, stadium is pretty good to put your number on. >> reporter: san jose marketing guru ann orloff is baffled. >> this is the capital you would think they will do everything possible to hold on to it. >> reporter: we have been told the city is already starting to discuss what it might be do if hp decides it wantings out before the contract expires at the end of 2015. >> robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a massive international effort as uncovered 80 genetic markers that indicates a person tendency for certain types of cancer. the research
of gains for the stock market and it's more good news for workers in san jose. that city's minimum wage goes up starting monday. it is set to go up from $8 to $10 an hour that some business owners fought against. but kpix 5's len ramirez found one man who has had a change of heart. >> reporter: piece of my heart in san jose is ahead of the curve when it comes to san jose's new minimum wage law. >> we rolled it out in december instead of waiting until march to do it. >> reporter: the owner says a funny thing happened when he boosted priced and raised pay. workers were happier and more productive. >> it makes a differences when you wake up in the morning and check your account and you can pay for everything that you need. >> reporter: and customers barely noticed the 25-cent increase on slices. >> we have had a couple of customers notice but when they fine out it's all going to the employees, they like our employees, they're happy so it's worked out. >> reporter: that's not how it all started out. the voter-approved initiative which raises the minimu
are looking for another grocer to replace them. >>> four years, inside training. >>> san jose police continue to look for that suspect in the deadly stabbing. this man, he is accused of killing his former girlfriend. she was found stabbed to death on friday on north first street not far from the jail -- from the jail. he may be driving a vehicle similar to this. dark green, toyota pick up. he may be heading to mexico. >>> man who was shot after pointing a fake rifle at a sheriff's deputy died of his injuries. he was shot twice in the chest friday night. authorities had been called to his home on reports that he had been threatening a family member. the sheriff's department just sent us this picture of what is believed to be a rifle. turned out to be a pipe. >>> a operation led to the rest of two suspected robbers in san mateo. they were arrested for conspiracy and armed robbery. he was also charged with possession of a concealed loaded shotgun. officers say they spotted the two in a vehicle that had been seen near a robbery. officers say he was i
% called the cost of owning a home the biggest problem in san francisco. compare that to san jose where crime was ranked as the city's biggest problem. despite that concern, most are still bullish on the bay area's biggest city. ma i don't recallty tell us san jose is heading in the right -- majority tell us san jose is heading in the right direction. that brings us to oakland where 60% say they disapprove of the job the mayor is doing. 65% say oakland shedding shed -- heading in the wrong direction. >> kpix 5 reporter phil matier has more. >> reporter: take it from me, here in oakland you don't have to travel far to find out what the issues are. take a look. >> the preparation of broken car glass on streets lets you know that in oakland crime isn't just an abstract statistic, it is personal. >> an everyday occurrence >> which may explain why 7 out of 10 voters say crime is their number one concern. that's twice as high as the response in san jose and five times as high as the response in san francisco. >> we got broken into, our house. there are b
marie macdonald. >>> i'm allen martin. >> i'm elizabeth cook. breaking news in san jose. chopper 5 is above the scene of a fatal stabbing that happened a couple of hours ago. police were called to guadalupe oak grove park in alameda valley. the victim is believed to be in his late teens or early 20s. the area is now a crime scene and police are investigating. this is san jose's 7th homicide of 2013. >>> tonight we are learning more about how super cop bill bratton plans to tackle oakland as crime problem. he and police chief howard jordan made their public debut as a team today to lay out their strategy. kpix 5's phil matier on their plan of attack tonight. >> reporter: just the mention of bill bratton and his "stop & frisk" policy had people talking in oakland even before he arrived. so his debut today in front of the media you can imagine everyone turned out. here's the story. as media events go, bill bratton wasted little time getting to the point. >> it's a well-known fact in policing that a very small proportion of the criminal population c
. david yi of san jose arranged for a meeting with a woman at the grass slipper inn after seeing an online ad for a massage. when the woman arrived police say he pulled out a knife and then robbed and assaulted her. detectives working the case say they recognize the suspect and took him into custody. >>> coming up in 2 minutes, testing the limits of free speech. controversial ads are all set to appear on bay area buses. >>> the push for tougher punishment for a crime that used to be a hangable offense. a ranch has had cattle stolen from him. >>> good evening everyone. i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. >>> controversial ads incoming some with anti-gay messages are getting ready to run on buss. rob roth is live in san francisco where he talked with officials and people behind those ads. rob. >> reporter: the new muni bus ads are expected to run in less than two weeks. many are calling them hate speech. anti-gay messages are set to begin running april 1st. this one quotes an islamic cleric. quote, the punishment of homosexuality is
is $8 an hour and $10 an hour in san jose. the living wage with oakland is $10.50. >>> poll on women show a spike in the number of working mothers who said they prefer to work full time. 37% want full time work, up from 21%. half of working mothers rather be home with their children but work because they need the income. >>> boy is alive after falling from the window of an 8 story apartment complex in new york. witnesses say the baby landed on his mother before landing on the sidewalk. his mother died on impact. neighbors heard the woman arguing with her husband and they have found a suicide note and the woman may have been suffering from postpartum depression. neighbors say yesterday's scene will forever be seared in their memory. >> yeah. i wish i never witnessed that. nobody should have to witness that. it is kisturbing. -- disturbing. >> the baby is in stable condition that hospital. woman lived with her husband. >>> the students at san francisco city college say the cuts to keep the school's accreditation turned san francisco city college i
second. people here will get $100 for each handgun or, $200 for assault weapons. it's in san jose at reid hillview airport. >> >> chuck haig el wants president obama's defense strategy reevaluated. wanting to know if the assumptions underlaying the strategy is still valid in light of the budget circumstance a reduced presence in europe and a continued focus on the mideast. the pentagon is facing more than a half trillion dollars in cuts over the next decade. >> >> demonstrators took to the steps of san francisco city hall to call for a stop to funding cuts for hiv and aid says programs, lead by members of the group organizing for america, formed to support president obama's legislative aim. speakers urged congress to respect what they call the will of the people. >> the people of the united states made clear this last november that we value investments in our communities and in our country and that includes funding hiv prevention and care services. >> >> reporter: cording to other speakers, cuts from the sequester will result in fewer aid
passes by ending at the hp pavillion in san jose where the american flag and sea of officers await. good evening, i'm look. >> i'm allen martin. you know, as the good guys go, they were two of the best. mourners came by the thousands today to pay tribute to detective sergeant loran "butch" baker and detective elizabeth butler. but the most heartbreaking goodbyes came from the fallen officers' families. [ bagpipes ] >> reporter: two fallen officers whose lives were cut short surrounded by thousands who traveled many miles to pay their respects to the first officers ever killed in the line of duty in santa cruz. police chief kevin vogel on detective elizabeth butler. >> elizabeth just wanted to make sure santa cruz was safe for families like hers any way that she could. she wanted a place where families can go to the beach, walk on the boardwalk, ride the roller coaster, hike, cook, or even get some of those delicious morning buns at kelly's. >> reporter: deputy chief steve clark was asked to speak about the humor of his good friend sergeant but
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